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According to the results recently released by a British research organization, in the UK, young people who use e-cigarettes from the beginning are rare. Instead, it is more common for traditional cigarette consumers or ex-smokers to use e-cigarettes. Since 2013, the research organization will conduct an online survey every year. The subjects of the survey are young people aged 11 to 18 in the UK. The survey content is mainly about the use of e-cigarettes. The most recent survey was conducted in March-April this year. The survey results show that more and more young people believe that there is no essential difference between using e-cigarettes and smoking traditional cigarettes. In addition, the survey also shows that e-cigarettes with rechargeable cartridges and fruit-flavored e-cigarettes are more popular. According to statistics, only 5% of young people aged 11 to 18 in the UK have never heard of e-cigarettes. In 2013, the figure was 30%. In addition, 12% of the young people interviewed this time said that they had tried e-cigarettes at least once. In 2016, young people who tried smoking accounted for 19% of tobacco product consumers, while young people who tried e-cigarettes accounted for 10%. Among e-cigarette users, 57% first tried traditional cigarettes.According to the results recently released by a British research organization, in the UK, young people who use e-cigarettes from the beginning are rare. Instead, it is more common for traditional cigarette consumers or ex-smokers to use e-cigarettes. Since 2013, the research organization will conduct an online survey every year. The subjects of the survey are young people aged 11 to 18 in the UK. The survey content is mainly about the use of e-cigarettes. The most recent survey was conducted in March-April this year. The survey results show that more and more young people believe that there is no essential difference between using e-cigarettes and smoking traditional cigarettes. In addition, the survey also shows that e-cigarettes with rechargeable cartridges and fruit-flavored e-cigarettes are more popular. According to statistics, only 5% of young people aged 11 to 18 in the UK have never heard of e-cigarettes. In 2013, the figure was 30%. In addition, 12% of the young people interviewed this time said that they had tried e-cigarettes at least once. In 2016, young people who tried smoking accounted for 19% of tobacco product consumers, while young people who tried e-cigarettes accounted for 10%. Among e-cigarette users, 57% first tried traditional cigarettes.

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British young people's awareness of e-cigarettes increases (graphic)

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According to the results recently released by a British research organization, in the UK, young people who use e-cigarettes from the beginning are rare. Instead, it is more common for traditional cigarette consumers or ex-smokers to use e-cigarettes. Since 2013, the research organization will conduct an online survey every year. The subjects of the survey are young people aged 11 to 18 in the UK. The survey content is mainly about the use of e-cigarettes. The most recent survey was conducted in March-April this year. The survey results show that more and more young people believe that there is no essential difference between using e-cigarettes and smoking traditional cigarettes. In addition, the survey also shows that e-cigarettes with rechargeable cartridges and fruit-flavored e-cigarettes are more popular. According to statistics, only 5% of young people aged 11 to 18 in the UK have never heard of e-cigarettes. In 2013, the figure was 30%. In addition, 12% of the young people interviewed this time said that they had tried e-cigarettes at least once. In 2016, young people who tried smoking accounted for 19% of tobacco product consumers, while young people who tried e-cigarettes accounted for 10%. Among e-cigarette users, 57% first tried traditional cigarettes.

British young people's awareness of e-cigarettes increases (graphic)

According to the results recently released by a British research organization, in the UK, young people who use e-cigarettes from the beginning are rare. Instead, it is more common for traditional cigarette consumers or ex-smokers to use e-cigarettes. Since 2013, the research organization will conduct an online survey every year. The subjects of the survey are young people aged 11 to 18 in the UK. The survey content is mainly about the use of e-cigarettes. The most recent survey was conducted in March-April this year. The survey results show that more and more young people believe that there is no essential difference between using e-cigarettes and smoking traditional cigarettes. In addition, the survey also shows that e-cigarettes with rechargeable cartridges and fruit-flavored e-cigarettes are more popular. According to statistics, only 5% of young people aged 11 to 18 in the UK have never heard of e-cigarettes. In 2013, the figure was 30%. In addition, 12% of the young people interviewed this time said that they had tried e-cigarettes at least once. In 2016, young people who tried smoking accounted for 19% of tobacco product consumers, while young people who tried e-cigarettes accounted for 10%. Among e-cigarette users, 57% first tried traditional cigarettes.

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British young people's awareness of e-cigarettes increases (graphic)

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British young people's awareness of e-cigarettes increases (graphic)

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